XFX licenced To Overclock G80

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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 18/12/2006
Author: PV5150
Source: The Inquirer

8800 XXX series

Earlier we brought you the news that Nvidia wasn't going to allow any overclocked versions of it's 8800 series . Well apparently, XFX is the first to persuade Nvidia to let it play with some overclocked versions. XFX has just released a limited edition of cards overclocked to 630MHz Core/2GHz Memory. The stock G80 GTX works at 575MHz Core/1.8MHz memory speed.

According to the source, the cards will be limited and it will be the part of the XXX edition series. It will be called the 8800 GTX XXX Edition and grab one while you can. XFX also launched the 8800GTS XXX Edition, and that product is clocked to 550 MHz Core and 1.8GHz for memory.

Both of XFX's new XXX Edition GeForce 8800-series cards will be available to buy in limited quantities over the coming days. The 8800 GTS XXX Edition is listed at a reasonably respectable £364.11 including VAT, while the 8800 GTX XXX Edition is listed at a stomach churning £528.61 including VAT which can be had at Spain; www.coolmod.es , France; www.materiel.net , Germany; www.alternate.de , Scandinavia; www.komplett.com , UK; www.scan.co.uk

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16-12-2006, 22:46:43

mnewxcv
yes boeing aircraft

16-12-2006, 22:53:10

Ares210

yes boeing aircraft



Nice, thats located right near me. I know a few people that work there, from what I'm aloud to be told some pretty cool stuff happens there.

17-12-2006, 10:40:21

ai_01
just sold my NVDA

08-04-2007, 08:45:01

nathan
any updates or advice about the subject of this thread.... planning on buying some stocks in the next couple of weeks.

08-04-2007, 08:52:34

PV5150
Do the right thing and see an investment broker or financial planner ;)

08-04-2007, 09:01:41

Rastalovich
I`d like to do this sorta thing as fun.

But I have no idea how little or much u need to dump into things, how fast transactions take place and what charges are in effect etc.

Be a kewl thing for me aslong if it`s all over the net and not loooaddss of paperwork etc.

Guess one of my banks would be a good start to read up.

08-04-2007, 09:04:20

nathan

I`d like to do this sorta thing as fun.

But I have no idea how little or much u need to dump into things, how fast transactions take place and what charges are in effect etc.

Be a kewl thing for me aslong if it`s all over the net and not loooaddss of paperwork etc.

Guess one of my banks would be a good start to read up.



from what i read, my bank will hold the "nomanee" account, so they do all the paperwork there end. Not sure how much they charge mind you, knowing first direct it's loads.

Read elsewhere that its about £10 a transaction.

People may think im sad, but ive just brought a book from the london stock exchange website :p

08-04-2007, 09:06:22

PV5150
Do all the reading you can mate so you can make an informed decision on where your folding stuff is going. :)

08-04-2007, 09:07:29

Rastalovich
£10 sounds familure from one of first-direct`s e-isa thingies I read a number of days ago.

12-03-2010, 10:52:05

stock-market
its best if you invest in penny stocks these days
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